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Mandot Beats Ad Wolgast-Businws Meets Eastern To-day
Against Busin'vss Jof day
Principals Decide that Ewtera Lea fa EKpWe ll
der Present Eligibility Code Stenographers
w C. W. .SWA7V".
'Paul Cbhlll. captain of the Eastern
High School 'tootball team, win piay leu
halt back thliaftemoon In the same
against Business at Union League
The principals of the, five high achoola
met yesterday afternoon and decided that
the Eastern-Business game, postponed
from last Friday and acheduled for to
day, would-be played with the present
eligibility rules In force. This means that
CohUl will be In tiie game, as ne pum
Jn the adrlsory.
An agreement was made. It Is said,
last -Friday In which the Eastern-Business
game would be played to-day. with
the old code In effect. This would oar
CohlU. Now 'that the principals bare
decided otherwise, the Light Blue and
White leader will be in the game.
When Coach Farmer, of the Business
team, heard of the verdict of the prin
cipals, he said: "I am glad CohlU is going
to play, for I want the boys to beat
the best team Eastern can put on the
Held, and they can do It."
This shows that "Cuppy" Is confident
of victory, and while he says Eastern
will be a tough proposition he still
claims a victory.
Over at Eastern Coach McCaffrey Is
counting en a "win over the Stenogra
phers, and one thing Is certain a good
football game will be staged to-day at
Union League Park.
Eastern may go Into the game
afternoon minus one of Its regular
backs as it is understood that Haw-
ley Smith, the fleet-footed left half back,
has been protested by a member of the
board of faculty advisors.
It 1 claimed that Smith played . an
end against Technical in the fall of
1908, and that he has. played every year
since then. This would make hts fifth
yeir in high school football. If It Is
true and he would not be eligible to
play. Whether or not this Is true Is not
Smith is one of the fastest men in tl.e
high school ranks, and should he be
declared Ineligible at this late date. It
will cripple the Light Blue and White
team to no small degree. Smith was
Eastern's chief ground gainer In the
Central game, and while CohlU may
prove to be the Capital Hill star this
afternoon. Smith will be right behind
I im. If he plays.
Zappone. former end of the Central
eleven may be used In the backfieid
ngalnst Tech next Friday. "Murph"
King, Reeves and Fowler appear sure
of their Jobs at present, with the other
half back position in doubt Of the many
candidates, Zappone and Cox appear to
be the best, and It would not be surpris
ing to see the pole vaulter start the
game in the backfieid position.
btokes Is a fixture at center, with
Jones in one of the guards. Oberlin and
Richards will more than likely start In
the, tackles, with McDonough and Carey
on the ends. One place on the line Is "In
Tech Is also almost ready for the
game The Manual Trainers' coach has
been working hard with the green men.
and expects to put a pretty fair team
on the field Friday.
Two good independent football games
are promised for next Sunday, the VlgT
lants placing the OImpla Club, of
Delaware, and the Mercurys meeting
me iasc .Annapolis collegians at Inde
A game which will Just about decide j
the championship of the District will be
staged at Union League Park December
1. when the Vlgilants meet the post team
of the Engineers. This game will be
about the best of the jear In local cir
cles. Another good game Is promised
when the Mercurjs and Vlgilants clash.
The winged-foot aggregation has been
working hard of late, and Coach Smith
promises to hate his team In shape for
the Vlgilants in about three weeks, if a
game can be arranged with the present
holders of the District title.
The following explains Itself:
Alexandria, Vs., r. 4. ISli
Wuhloston Herald: j attention hu been oiled
to the artieie in th momln Henld. ucned hj
Mizifir Olifen, of the Visfltnt football team, in
which he daini the rhuopioMhip of "Viixinia.
Jlirjlind. and the Dlatrict of Columbia." and,
manner of the Cardinal Athletic Club, of Alex
andria. Va.. I venture to take exception to thia
claim and to aak on what it la bawd.
I hare been manager of tbe Uudinal Athletic
Club for the part three jeara, and during this
time mj team baa defeated errrj team in the
DWrtrt, with tbe exception of the VIgilanta, the
latter team nerer Becmlcg- to hare any open datea
wheneter I ban approached them on tbe subject.
Tbe ocljr defeat erer charred to mj team waa that
of 1910, when we wen? beaten by the Seamen Cmv
After aereral attempts, I bate flnaUr been able
to arrange a game between my team and the
VIgilanta for Sunday. Korember 24. at Union
League rait, and am perfectly willing to with
draw thia proteat In cue tbe Cardinal! are de
feated, but until they bare been defeated it aeems
to me that the Mgilanta ate taking a great deal
upon tbemaeltes in laying claim to the cnamxiloa
Wp of the Old Dominion State.
Manager Cardinal Athletic Club.
VIGILAUTS MEET 0LTMFIAS.
Fast Game Booked Sunday at Unloa
The Vigilant football team will tackle
the fast Olympia Athletic Club of New.
ark. Del.. Sunday at Union League Park.
Manager Ollverl made this announce
merit last night.
ane vigiianis win nave to do some
tall hustling to defeat the Olympias. as
the Olympias have defeated some of the
uest ciuds in tnat section of the country.
The game will be called at 3 o'clock.
Army Team Works Hani.
West Point. N. Y.. .Nov. t The Army
team, resting since last Thursday, be
gan heavy work again In along prao
tlce on the plajs to-day. After reiter
ated trots up and down the field under
punts, practicing goal kicking, tackling
the dummy and a stiff 15-mlnute signal
drill. Head Coach Graves sent the men
into an hour's hard scrimmage. Devore
played In to-day's scrimmage and was
active In every play. Hobbs and Keys
did whirlwind work in tbe back field,
and Dorer's fine work was very pleasing
i-i than ia a
Hartford to Play.
To-morrow the light but fast team of
the Hartford Athletic Club will clash
-with tbe Alexandria High School team
In a game that promises to be interesting
from start to finish. The line-up for the
game will be as follows: Felt left end;
Kobr. tackle: Patterson, left guard; Duff,
center; Maxiom. right guard; Alverson,
right tackle; Bafferty (captain), right
end; Nlelson. quarter back: Imlrie. left
half back: S. Bawltngs, right half back;
B. Bawllngs. full back.
Wanes, LX. Fisher, R.E.
WHson. LT. WHIlaan, H.T.
.Walfe, LO. Clark, R.G.
Kelly, C Greer, C.
JWlaw,R.G. Baker, fc. .
Seaafer, K.T. Pes, UT.
Wine, UK. Haft-hea, UK.
Raat,lB. Wells, v3.
Harris, LAB. Smith, R.H.B.
Derrick, BAB. Ceklll, UH.B.
Salt aaaa, K.B. Arsnitreag. F.H.
Referee Mr. Can, of Lehigh.
Umpire Mr. HeUsea, ef Nebras
ka. tTlsee-of aanrlers 10 anla-tea.-
Place TJalem Leasrae Park.
Ttsae of frame SiSO o'clock.
CAMP HELPING OUT.
Role Expert Jfow Coaehtas; Yale
New Haven, Conn.. Nov. 4. Tale's foot
ball players displayed fighting trim in
their resumption of scrimmaging to-day
after a lay-off since last Wednesday be
cause of the death of Guard York. Var
sity and freshmen elevens battled, and
the class team held the regulars to two
scores In a 33-minute session.
The varsity specialized In forward pass
play, heaving four, but tho freshmen
grabbed three of tbem, and Capt. Guern
sey of the class team booted the ball
back, compelling the varsity to lose half
the length of the field In each case.
Etery regular was on hand. Phllbin
and Gallnuer were In the signal drill,
but quit before scrimmaging, because of
recitations. The coaches decided to try
Pumpelly, who weighs 190 pounds, at
The new coaches were Henry modds
of Amherst. CamD. the football rule
framer, and Tom Shevlln, who drilled "the
team In his latest Ideas of wing shirts.
He believes this play Is the only attack
that can gain consistently under present
GI00M AT PEIW.
Defeat at Hands of State Takes Life
Out of gqnad.
Philadelphia. Nov. 4. Gloom was writ
ten In large letters at Franklin Field
this afternoon when the Bed and Blue
football team reported for the regular
practice. The defeat at State's hands
has disheartened the team, but the
coaches soon had the men hard at work.
Boy Mercer was in uniform this af
ternoon, but he did not take any chances
In the scrimmage. He is suffering from
a very bad ankle, and It may keep him
out of the Michigan game.
Bloom, the big tackle of last year's
scrub, who has been suffering from
blood poisoning, reported for work and
took part In the signal drill, although
not allowed to get in the scrimmage.
By BILL BAILEY.
Hope there Till be no off-dde plays at todaj a
Tbra Monk, former captain of the rres CJuo
baaeball nine, eaja be will hare no home to go to
if Kill Tart la defeated.
"Well. Princeton put np a good light, anj war,"
dedaiei Eddie Bradr, loral almnnus of the New
And now the Gardinala. of Alexandria, anse
to remark that Joe OUreri has a nerre to claim for
hi Vigilante the dnb football championahip of
Waiaington, Marrland. and Virginia. Manager
Crump, of the Cardinaaa, etatea that hia team la
the brat m Virginia, and warn Oliieri to keep off
'Zappone ia plaring half back for Central, and
wtll be In the game against Tech Friday. LitUe more
life in that back field. Central.
A news diapatoh from Montana laat night waa
to tha effect that Clark Griffith, of the atfouala.
backed a mountain lion into a care and felled bha
with one blow of hia traatr bat, remarking as he fin
ished the lob. "I wish it bad .been a certain um
pire Instead of a mountain Hon!
Hich school athletic adTisors refused to give out
the name of the head linesman selected for to-day
game between lluslDeea and Eastern.
Bar Morgan, the National's slothful inflelder.
Is keeping tnrasuauy quiet these daya He Uses in
Baltimore, which probabljr explarae whj.
John Walsh, the genial crop, of the BuUebm.
wffl as usual hop on board an earlr train fee Alex
andria to-oar and vote the straight Denweratie
ticket, Just as be has done for Tears. Oh. no!
m esn't get us to tell how many. John la our
They say Jake Btahl is a Christian Bdrntist. If
. there is a likelihood of other mauaxeri awitch-
iBaT to this faith before the TJ13 campaign is on.
Says aa exchange: "At this time of tbe year the
tanrinnstl team always plays ite best game of ban.
It ia beUered that the District Dmooiia win
all be happy tc-mfht. Some of them will be man
Little Brocme. the star of the Ninth Street
Church amateur team, is thinking of having his ton
sils removed. "Such great plasers aw John Henry
ana uiics; uuwu uare grxren na or tnetm, so I
reckon 111 hate to follow suit," he says.
Oat-geld Elevea Wins.
The Garfield football team defeated the
Mohawk team yesterday at Garfield Park
by a score of 24 to 0. The features of
the game were the line plunges of Raba
and the tackling of Metzel and Smith.
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fOlTDIX BUT IT TOILS
soma wbixsn Buns
Kawapapar man havs figured
roughly.ttoat at least htit a mil
lion words were telegraphed out?
' of each city during, after, and
before each., game of the world'
aerie. 'Over 300.000 word were
sent out over the regular 'wires, -the
great majority written In the
pre rooms of the hotel after
the same, while -close to 300,000
went out of the press bos before
the gme and while it waa In
proares." There were sixty
seven wire in eaph city and each
newspaper man sent out an aver
age of 4.000 word a day. These
wires were strung to every point
In .the country and some outside,
a 'Canada and 'Cuba.
BY JOE BAUDOT
New Orleans Light-weight Earns
Popular Decision Over Cham
pion in Ten Bounds.
Special to The Washington Herald.
New Orleans, La.. Nov. 4 Joe Mandot,
the local lightweight, out-boxed and out
fought Champion Ad AVolgast In a ten
round fight at the Pelican Arena. No
decision was given by Beferee Eddie
Smith, as It was agreed to allow four
newspapers to name the winner, and they
decided to-day In favor of the New Or
leans lad. Wolgast was beaten in the
majority of the rounds. Mandot rushed
him about the ring and planted hard lefts
and rights to the head ahd body. In the
eighth round Wolgast received a nasty
cut on the face and bled badly until the
end of the bout. In the final round Man
dot sent the champion to his knees with
a well-directed right to the jaw. If the
fight had been scheduled to go many
rounds, there would doubtless have been
a new champion.
COLLEGIANS WILL FLAT.
Fast Aanapolis Asnrreitatloa Tackle
Mercury Clnb Saaday.
The Annapolis Collegians, one of the
fastest clubs in Maryland, will tackle
the strong Mercury football team Sun
day at Independence League Park, the
game starting promptly at 2.30 o'clock.
Last Sunday the Meridian-Mercury
came waa a corker, the Winged Foot
outfit winning by a lone touchdown. One
of tho best games of tne year is ex
pected Sunday. The fast Spartan Club
will meet some 130-pound eleven at l
SH0BT PRACTICE AT NAVY.
Long Infantry Drill Keeps Eleven
O the Gridiron.
Annapolis. Md.. Nov. 4 Football prac
tice at the Naval Academy did not start
until twilight this evening, owing to a
long Infantry drill which occupied prac
tically the whole of the afternoon. The
members of the squad were given about
enough work to limber them up. but no
effective work could be done In the waV
of Instruction, and there was no line-up
or signal drill.
There Is some encouragement over the
fair showing of the team on Friday
against Western Reserve and during the
practice of the week, but it Is admitted
that the team must show vastly Im
proved form to be a worthy contestant
of the Army eleven on November 30
The back field Is decidedly unsettled
as yet and there are at least three places
on the line which may be regarded as
unsettled. The weight of the players
as taken within the last two or three
days shows that the team Is not quite
as heavy aa was thought. Tbe average
of the team as It would probably be
selected at present to oppose the Army
Is 173 6-11 pounds. The line averages
1S3 1-7 pounds and the backfieid 173 1-4
Manager A. B. Leaman. of the Epls
copal High School reserve eleven, would
like to arrange a game for Saturday with
some fast 125-pound team of the Dis
trict Address him at Episcopal High
School, Alexandria, Vs.
HAIL YOUR BOWLING
SCHEDULES TO THE
The secretaries of the dlBTereat
bowllag Ieagnes are reoaested to
sail their schedule to the Bowl
laar Editor, of The Washington
Herald at oaee, so that a com
plete list of caunea eaa be pnV
llsked every Sunday la The Her
alcTa Bowline Page.
Every Sanday The Washington
Herald will print a fall aage of
live, Interesting news and aroo
ala of local bowlers, and Its Hea
or List will be well worth work,
lag tor. Mr. Al Maehler, who Is
the editor of the Bowling Page,
Is well known to local ala
knights, and la a thoroagh at
dent of the a-aaae. Hia eosnnaent
will he a feature of this sage of
The Sunday Herald.
Joe Oliver!, manager of the Yigilanta, don't pro
pose to be bullied by Vamuaer Aibton. of the Boly
Names. He replies to the sreat center rush's chal
lenge la no tmccttaia terms. If these teams meet,
the lob of referee abould be worth about HO) a
Missouri White Hope
. Me$ets.Tlynn and Palzer
After He. Gets Through with Then He Thinks He Wil
Be in Shape to Force Johnson to Eight for Heavy
weight Championship of the World.
"If Jack Johnson is out of Jail January
2, 1911, I'll make him fight or beat it'
to the jungle," declared Luther McCarty,
tbe shiftiest white hope oa 'the pugilistic
horizon right now.
"I'd go after Johnson to-morrow, but
he'd tell me to go and get a reputation.
That's what I'm going to do. I'm
matched to box Jim Flynn six round In
Philadelphia. November a.' Then on De
cember 25, or January 1 I expect to fight
and beat Al Falser, Tom O'Bourke's pro
tege. "If I beat Flynn and wallop Palser.
Jack will have to fight me. I think I
can punch hole through Johnson. I
weigh aH pounds.
"Johnson has been beating little men
like Tommy Burns, Stanley Ketcbel. and
Jim Flynn and worn-out 'has beens' like
Bob Fltxslmmons and Peter Felix, of
"Jack has no terrors for me. I'm
young, strong as an ox, and can fight
some. I don't like to blow my own horn,
but you should have seen me pounding
Al Kaufman around the ring In 'Frisco
week before last. I knocked Kaufman
down four times before tbe referee final
ly awarded me the verdict. It was no
contest. I was under wraps all the way.
"Kaufman trained Johnson for hi fight
with Jeffries. After I beat Al he shook
me by the hand and said: 'Go after the
big smoke. You'll make It warm for
"That's exactly my plan of campaign.
I've herded sheep In Wyoming, punched
Bntwell Puts Up Clever Ride on
Winner, and Comes Home
Baltimore. Md , Nov. 4. Blackford, well
naaen by Butwell, won the Arlington
Stakes this afternoon at Pimllco. the dis
tance of the event being a mile and an
eighth. Butwell held the winner under
wraps until the stretch, where he let
him down to win easily, with Oakhurst.
who made all the early pace. Just lasting
to beat the fast-closing EI Oro for second.
The Emerson steeplechase at two miles
was won by Cherish, after a great stretch
drive, with George Eno, the favorite.
rillST BACE-Selllng; tfcree-reaiMiHs and up
ward, ax furlongs. Marlorle A.. IS (Teban). T ia
M. won; Yellow Byes, US IButwell), 3 to I, seennd;
Madman, 111 (Mendon). SB to 1, third. Time.
I US-3. ratnn. frank Pureell. Tewton Hera. Miaa
Jonah, and Edan Hall alio ran
8ECOM1 RACE-Muden two-rear-Ma
inrgw i-ananum. iw iKutwell). II to S. won
Wanda ntier. 1 (Bruce). T to 2. second: Clothe
nruan. le) (Ambrose), to 1. thlra Time.
1 31 4-5 Berk. Cnmcracker. t'ederalier. Buneol.
Chicane TrirW, Mubawk Cirl. Ktret Trump, and
ojiiwitc ojsu ran.
Till III) RACE-Por eiliea and mans: all agea
seven xtinongi. Amelia Jenka, 111 (elemental,
to z. won: CJcean Blue, 111 (Butwell). T to .
second; Continental. 101 (MeCahey). to 1. third.
Time, ia Mary Ann K.. UlmaUon, Bryndown.
and Cadeau also ran.
roURTH RACE-Kmerson Steeplechase: three-
year-okla and upward, two miles Cherish. IT
(Boyle). T to 1. won; tieorge Eno. IE (Booth). II
to 5, second: Juveranee. 145 (Noel, T to 1. third.
Time, 3374-3. Chsnnon River and Exemplar fell.
Little Nearer. Himondale. Dissenter, Abacondrr,
and Kingrash alv ran.
FlrTIl RACE-Two year-olds: one mile Tartar.
IB (MeCahey), 3 to 5. won; Bamegat, Its (But
well), I to 1. eecoud. btrenuoua. KS (Ulan). T to 1.
third. Time. 1 IL larly Light, L'nde Oble,
Brynllmah, and (irosvenor also ran.
SIXTH RAGE Helllnz: handlanr tar IhrM-mr
olds and upward; one mile and one-eighth. Black
ford, 1C3 (Butwell), 7 to S. won: Oekhnrst. 103
(Tehan), 3 to L second: El On IM (Kalrbrotherl.
10 to 1. third. Time. 135 Herbert Turner, Charles
r. iirangrr. and jaaiuelina aim ran.
SEVENTf! RACE Kite and a half Intkra,
Virile. Ill rjIcTaggart). T to I. won: Pandorina.
iu (Elements), 7 to z. second: Ahrton. IDS (Martin)
t to I. third. Time. 13033-5 Sklbbnreen. t. H
Gray, oieliat. Lindesta. Joaquin. Repentant, As-
mie, ana iwrraeeaje aiv ran.
riRST R V.CE Selling; two-year-olds; are and
Striker . ... lot Votel 102
Lawsuit 107 Schallrr 110
uil - US' Sandhog- W
Old ftibraltar. KB Coirge atoll 105
Big UlrTer 10f Chuckles. 110
"Ulster lleue 107 ;utUe Hugh- ia
Brynary 107 LVrdie V 107
Koaettarie 107 1
SECOND RACE Three-year-olds and upward;
ono and one-eighth milts
Froglegs E3Dr. Dnenner 113
Bwana Tumbo. lOJIMi-skm 1V5
THIRD RACE-MaUena of all agea; six furlonam.
Sweet Times. 95 I 811a IMncess. 115
Jim Catrrrr 115 CallyboT .'. SZ
Mohawk Boy K I repper Cotton. 130
alangollan..... lOlJndew Walaer e 115
Ambrose Si Vesper 115
Kingly I Gilbert IX
FOURTH RACE Greenapring Valley Ctaeple
enaee; handicap: three-year-olds and upward; two
Rockthcrn.. ...... ......
?nn Cotton, ,
FIFTH BACB-Tns Walden
Flying Fairy 101 1 His Majesty.... ., 10
Yankee Notions. 121 i Rockview. IZ!
Leocharea. lis I Ten Point. in
Star Oase 1131
81XTH RACE-Threw-yrar-olds sad upward; tell
ing; one and tbree-alxteentha mile.
Chester Crura. HS I Henry Hutchinson"... 57
Ueuoac. SI I John Reardoo. 1U
Cot Aahmede. 103 I Breaker Boy 102
Bey. is lift ni
Heretic ICE Stairs. K
lorkahire Boy 1(3 j Accord .. 10
Apprentice allowance claimed.
Scoop Knows Just Who Will Be Elected.
cattle in Nebraska, and farmed in Mis
souri. I've lived all my life In the open
air. uity pleasures never had any i at
tractions for Luther. Johnson ha been
going the pace that kills. All that wor
ries (me Is the fear that they will have
him 'Jugged' about the time I'm In line
for a crack at the big black."
Billy McCarney.one of the foxiest
fistic managers In the game. Is looking
alter Mccarty's Interests. He says Tom
McCarey. the Los Angeles promoter, has
offered a 17,500 diamond belt for the
heavy-weight elimination championship.
"McCarey Is angling for the match be
tween Palzer and McCarty." said Mc
Carney. "McCarey wants to stage the
fight on Christmas or New Year's Day
In Los Angeles. Palzer Is the big Iowa
giant on Tom O'Bourke'a staff. Al haa
beaten all the eligible white hopes in the
East, and McCarty looks like the pick
pf the Western crop. If Luther can
knock' over Jim Flynn at Philadelphia,
he'll be right In line for a match with
"A contest between McCarty and Pal
zer would draw like a porous plaster on
iuc nam oui. i;onrotn or Jlccarey
will offer a smashing purse for the mill.
Johnson would have to meet tha win
ner or relinquish the championship.
'And. mark my words. Johnson will
have something else to think about be
sides white girls when McCarty or Pal
zer get through with him. The negro
has reached the end of his rope. Tbe
next white man to face him will beat
his black head off. or I'm the wrongest
guy mat ever came down the pike. '
SHALL CROWD AT
Eaw Weather Keeps All but "Regu
lars" Away from the
Latonia. Ky Nov. t-Only a cor
poral's guard of "regulars" braved the
weather that prevailed at Latonia to
day. Those who Journejed to the his
toric oval were none too well repaid
for their pains, as only two favorites
e."i iiuoie in iront. The most pro
nounced upset came with the defeat of
Bell Horse in the fourth and Tay Pay
In the last. The former was beaten by
a wiusaer Dy uzana. a 4 to 1 shot,
while Tay Pay finished absolutelv l.t
alter having trailed along a sixteenth of
a miie ornimi his firM ih .n,-.
The outstanding feature of the day
was the riding of Jockejs Loftui and
Turner. The former nlloted (an win.
ners, while his youthful competitor went
him one twfrar Th. .... t
him one better. The summaries:
FIRST UACE-Flre and one-half furlongs; puree-to-year-old
maiden rllliea. Ttna Blanca. 110 (Lot
tos). J3 3. won. Aak Ma. 110 (Gross. H.W. second:
Ksthnne. IM (Turner). 11T0 thlnl Tm.. ii:
liVsncU Calnra. Maria C. Imperial rtineeisi. Gar-
uenla. Jean Grey. Neville. Idle Tale. Norrrn. and
Kira alao ran.
SLCOXD lUCE-ia farlongv; puna; two-year-nl.li.
roptun. ICG (Turner). J10 50. won; Toy Ml
(Buiton). Hi., ercond. femasti. lot (Gross). &50
third. Time. IHM Ula l.rane. Alfred V. Chil
ton King. M.uurka Ilavrll Lutx. Old Woman, Pike a
Teak, and Senator Jamea alao.
THIRD RACE Sir furlongs, three-) ear-olds aad
upward Sir Alvrscot. HI (Lollu,). lo. won.
Lthelda. 10) (Steele). T60 second. Chapullepre. Ill
(Henry), 15.30, third. Time. 1.13 H LeeUoha.
Saleala. Martre. Chartier. Commoners' Touch, Flex.
Sally Preston, and Imprudent alao ran.
FOURTH RACE-One and one altteenth miles
three-yrar-oHa Olana. 103 (Turner). Ill 50 won.
Bell Hone. 113 (Oonee). K30. second. Whitewool. IM
IBuxton). $1(0 Time. 1 CM. Anypurt and Ella
Bneon als ran.
FIFTH RACE-Tbrre-jear-olds and upward, purse.
W0. aii furlongs Merrick. 113 (Turner). 14.10. won.
Melvor. 108 (Andreaal, 13 83, aecond. Lady Lightning.
KS (Henry), U. third. Tune. 1JJ1-6 McClintock
Mello. Ben Prior, lork Lad. Master Jim. Lady
..... ami niiHifcwn, ma t?fr hitch ! ran.
MXTH IUC&-4m and thrwiarhtha mils. ik
j-imWi tod oimani Couin im IM (Grow,
$10 35. woo; SiittT normep. 94 (T-vinri . !
Mat E tt SSI , ... , ""-
;r" wr' l,'Br "ra- lime. z..w. moob
lisht. Bean Braanrl!. Tj Tay. Carlton Club, and
sPataVCT enlM TMB
LATUM a. ENTHIEW.
FIRST RAC-8etllng: maiden Mlies
oHs, five and one-half furlongs
Esther Blues' M Kitty W
Hwift Sure ICSIMar Berta
hatlnka. m Jlrmesia. ,
Hwmptnons. 103 I Cutle B
Etta Bay 103 I Rrf nose ....
Itetty Molly 108 Barbara Worth 108
RtCO"VD RACE-SelUng: three yearoldj, mile
uu avvrntj yaraa.
iT"-"er ItCIIVmanu 10)
J?h KB! Capt Hrsvo. MB
ffi-vy 1 I Djnamlle. no
-,- WMMU....Ha Jw f
aautus HAUE-Haodlcap; threr-ycar-olda acd
Hpwara. aax lunonga.
"" B Joe Diebold 109
anneld -.-... nefCampenn w no
.o uan. vu iuov. Hughes HT
MqM ,bs..i... ....... ioa I
FOIRTH RACE Allowsncaer thrvnarrf .1
upward; mils sad s baU.
Kuaono .............. e Jaanaarr u.ck i
Ctems de Menthe.... U Col. Holloway 105
""""- .ssiilgh 1-rivaU HI
nnu aucs-Handloap; two-yearolda: six fur-
Naah Cash ST I Klebume 108
V""" -M0 Foundation 113
" ne uoweii 115
SIXTH RACE Sellimr: threa-Tealds and ni
lienl - 103 Gen. Marrhmont. 105
" - 103 bupple. 105
Wander . WS Bruce Rice 108
Corprnoan..-. 105 Wintergreen 113
til U.bts..... M8 Cllftoniaa . 113
Howdy Howdy 103 Merry Lad 113
'Apprentice allowance claimed
Dick Sehirrr. iouraaliat- theatrical ailranca man
and good fellow, is in our midt wearing a new
suit of clothes and carrying around that same old
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ballot at the
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parel candidate is "presiden
Hal" in caliber.
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I00K TO TALE GAME.
Cambridge. Mass.. Nov. 4. Harvard
has reached a atace in Its football de
velopment where a treat responsibility
rests on coaches and trainers If the sea
son ia to be successful. The contest
with Princeton on Saturday took a great
deal out of the players, and they will
nave to tie nanaiea with a great aeai
of care if they are to be in the best of
niiapw lur inw jwro saauiw, ine real uw .
jectlve of the season.
It Is the Dartmouth game that now
looms up as one of the most difficult
propositions of the whole season. Van-
derbllt will present stiff opposition next
Saturday, but It will be a game In wheh
the coaches will depend largely upon the
subs to win.
.E-Bthc Mark of QuaOtf
for men of the
District at the na
I suggest "P-B" Overcoats
the immensity of the dis-
- - -1
play prevents my giving de
tails, but get this: ANY
STYLE, ANY PATTERN,
ANY COLORING any man
can ask for answers "ready"
the prices, $15, $20, to $50.
P-B" Suit, hand
n English, semi-
This cool -weather suggests
warm "P-B" underwear.
New Neckwear Gloves.
TECK Shoes, $4, $5, $6, $7.
P-B HATS, $2, $3, $4, $5.
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